ESL ESEA Pro League moves to LAN finals

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The ESL ESEA Pro League has just finished and top four teams from both the NA and EU will battle it out for the $500,000 prize pool.

 

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With the last two matches that took place today (June 24th) the online portion of the EU division of ESL ESEA Pro League is finished. Both of the last matches featured French squad Titan who had no chance of qualifying for the LAN finals anyway. The first match of the day saw Titan get beaten by NiP quite comfortably on de_mirage 16-8, one of arguebly strongest maps for Titan. Both teams however had no chances to qualify anymore so the match was about the honour. The next match also featured Titan who were coming up against big underdogs - Dignitas. However, Dignitas managed to upset the French team and crushed them with a 16-6 de_cobblestone victory.

Team M W D L P
22 17 0 5 51
22 17 0 5 51
22 16 0 6 48
22 16 0 6 48
22 14 0 8 42
22 12 0 10 36
22 11 0 11 33
22 9 0 13 27
22 9 0 13 27
22 7 0 15 21
22 2 0 20 6
22 2 0 20 6
Matches and results

The online part of the NA division of the ESL ESEA Pro League also came to an end today. The last matchday of the NA division was a lot less exciting with all of the favourites winning their last games. All of the matches were played on de_mirage. In the first match Method beat mouseSpaz 16-2. KeyD and C9 also beat their opponents of eLevate and Tempo Storm 16-13 and 16-11 respectivly. In the other two matches of the day Liquid managed to overcome Nihilum 16-5 and Ace Gaming were beaten by Luminosity 16-8.

Team M W D L P
22 19 0 3 57
22 17 0 5 51
22 16 0 6 48
22 14 0 8 42
22 14 0 8 42
22 13 0 9 39
22 11 0 11 33
22 10 0 12 30
22 8 0 14 24
22 6 0 16 18
22 2 0 20 6
22 2 0 20 6
Matches and results
ex Fenix replaced by Paradox on 9 May 2015 13:29:07 CEST
Paradox replaced by Method on 11 May 2015 19:45:24 CEST
SYNRGY Gaming replaced by affNity on 11 May 2015 19:49:12 CEST

The LAN finals of the ESL ESEA Pro League are set to take place in the LAN Excess Arena, Cologne, Germany, on July 3-5. The top four finishes from both the divisions have qualified for the event and these teams are:

European division final top four:
Sweden fnatic
Poland Virtus.pro
Denmark Team Solomid
France EnvyUs

North-American division final top four:
United States Cloud9
Brazil KeyD Stars
United States Luminosity Gaming
United States Counter Logic Gaming


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